Summer Safety for Dogs

As the weather is heating up, how do you make sure your dog has a happy, healthy, and SAFE summer? Here are a few guidelines to get you started: 1. Please never leave your pet in a hot car. You may not think that your car will get that hot, but you would be surprised. […] Read more »

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)

Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a “slow virus” in the same category as the feline leukemia virus, though FIV differs in fundamental ways from feline leukemia in terms of the shape of the virus itself and how it causes disease. In the U.S., about 1.5-3% of healthy cats are infected with FIV. FIV is spread […] Read more »

May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer will affect one out of every four dogs in the United States. According to the Morris Animal Foundation, cancer is the number one disease-related cause of death in both dogs and cats. Remarkably given its extensive reach, 80% of pet owners do not know enough about pet cancer symptoms. It’s important to recognize early […] Read more »